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Converted 1900 schoolhouse just outside NYC asks $975K

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Location: North Castle, NY

Price: $975,000

This sweet little three-bedroom features some of our favorite things: History, a schoolhouse past, maximum curb appeal. Built around 1900 as the Coman Hill Schoolhouse, the 2,600-square-foot Arts and Crafts home, which was carefully expanded in 1980, boasts a stone and wood exterior (with lovely pink-painted trim) and sits on a large, partly wooded lot.

Inside, wide-plank floorboards, beams from the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and a high-ceilinged dining room are just a few of the delightful details. Three lofted bedrooms make up the top floor, while a bright living room and office area round out the storage-plush main level. Outside on the .799-acre lot sits an adorable companion outbuilding that reflects the main dwelling’s whimsical facade.

Located at 636 Bedford Road in North Castle, Westchester County just an hour away from Manhattan, the home would make a trusty retreat. It’s asking $975,000.